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The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors "Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Creativity Competition Result Announcement
After these several months, through recruitment, preliminary judging to final judging, the HKIS "Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Creativity Competition has finally come to its final stage. The Award Presentation Ceremony for the competition was successfully held on 15 November 2020 at The Mills. We would like to express our sincere gratitude towards all jury panel members, guests, sponsors, schools and participants for making this event a success.
It is pleased to have Sr Dr Tony LEUNG, HKIS President, as our Guest of Honour of the ceremony, as well as fellow officiating guests to witness the birth of winning teams.
Aiming to encourage the public to understand and appreciate the rich history, cultural traditions and conservation of Hong Kong historical buildings; as well as to educate the public about the importance of timely maintenance of these buildings, the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) has been granted the Built Heritage Conservation Fund from the Development Bureau to organise the “Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings”. Since March 2019, a series of events has been organised including the Creativity Competition. Through recruitment, preliminary judging to final judging,
Total 24 winning entries from 4 categories were revealed at the Presentation Ceremony, including 7 from Tiny Model, 4 from Microfilms, 6 from Drawing and 7 from Photography. The winning entries are displayed on the 1st floor of The Mills from 15 November (Sunday) to 22 November 2020 (Sunday). Through the exhibition, the public shall be able to unearth the aesthetics and the cultural value of historical buildings; and to recognize the significance of cultural preservation and timely maintenance.
Hong Kong Economic Times:【Local Exhibition】The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors announces winners of the "Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Creativity Competition Winning Entries Public Exhibition